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Reuters - By Martyn Herman PARIS (Reuters) - Just after lunch Alize Cornet collapsed on her back in joy and several hours later as dusk arrived Gael Monfils danced a jig of delight as home hopes soared at the…

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  • Suarez Navarro is latest favourite to fall in Paris
    Suarez Navarro is latest favourite to fall in Paris Reuters - 11 hours ago

    In-form Spaniard Carla Suarez Navarro became the latest fancied player to exit the women's singles at the French Open when she lost to Italian Flavia Pennetta 6-3 6-4 on Friday. Twice a … More »

  • Sharapova advances with advice for prodigies
    Sharapova advances with advice for prodigies Reuters - 11 hours ago

    By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Maria Sharapova knows the pitfalls of being a prodigy and after easing into the fourth round at Roland Garros on Friday the seasoned grand slam champion offered … More »

  • Thrilling Monfils survives yet another five-setter Reuters - 11 hours ago

    By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Although Gael Monfils would prefer to win his matches in routine fashion he cannot help but play thrilling five-setters at the French Open, advancing to the fourth … More »

  • Suarez Navarro is latest favorite to fall in Paris
    Suarez Navarro is latest favorite to fall in Paris Reuters - 14 hours ago

    In-form Spaniard Carla Suarez Navarro became the latest fancied player to exit the women's singles at the French Open when she lost to Italian Flavia Pennetta 6-3 6-4 on Friday. Twice a … More »

  • Smooth Federer ends Dzumhur's dream day Reuters - 16 hours ago

    By Martyn Herman PARIS (Reuters) - For Bosnia's Damir Dzumhur it was the day he had dreamed of while for Roger Federer it was just another day at the office. The two, from vastly different tennis … More »

  • Federer dismayed by FIFA scandal
    Federer dismayed by FIFA scandal Reuters - 16 hours ago

    By Martyn Herman PARIS (Reuters) - Switzerland's favourite sporting son Roger Federer expressed his disappointment over the corruption scandal engulfing soccer's world governing body FIFA on Friday. … More »

  • Cornet reaches last eight sparking wild celebrations
    Cornet reaches last eight sparking wild celebrations Reuters - 17 hours ago

    By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - The pressure is so high on French women at Roland Garros that a third-round win can be celebrated like a final victory, as Alize Cornet demonstrated wildly on … More »

  • Gasquet survives fearful brush with a pigeon
    Gasquet survives fearful brush with a pigeon Reuters - 17 hours ago

    By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Richard Gasquet probably feared defeat in his French Open second-round five-set thriller against Argentine Carlos Berlocq. The bird was trapped in an overhead … More »

  • Ivanovic hurries into French Open last 16
    Ivanovic hurries into French Open last 16 Reuters - 19 hours ago

    The seventh seed, who won the Roland Garros title in 2008, suffered a minor glitch in the second set when she lost eight points in a row as Vekic moved a break up at 2-1. Ivanovic, who has never … More »

  • Coric happy to sacrifice tiramisu on journey to the top
    Coric happy to sacrifice tiramisu on journey to the top Reuters - Fri, May 29, 2015 4:36 AM PHT

    By Martyn Herman PARIS (Reuters) - Borna Coric would like to eat a tiramisu, perhaps even explore some of Paris's night spots like most 18-year-olds, but what the Croatian really wants is to become … More »